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As the Crow Falls

by:
Don Maddux (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-0749-3 ©2001
Price: $19.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 415 pages
Category/Subject: FICTION / Historical

The Mafia and a real estate company are about to join forces.

Abstract:
The Mafia and a real estate company are about to join forces. Gregory Crow is one of the owners of the real estate company and he has no idea what is happening around him. Or does he? He tries to forget through nearly suicidal levels of chemicals that he’s the center of it all.

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Customer Reviews

  Strange , 03/10/2006
Reviewer: Jason
I saw what I thought were editing mistakes. Then towards the end I realized it was on purpose. This is stranger than strange. The lead characters thoughts are in the story when he's drunk. It's beyond weird. There are a few parts that drag on a few pages too long but it's worth the money. 415 pages and about 400 pages are incredible. The first part of it goes from right now to back in the 1970s. I'm not giving it 5 stars because I don't rate anything that high, but this is one damn good story. This should be a movie. You can see the characters who will play these parts. All in all this is dynamite.

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  intense! Funny! Peculiar! , 08/08/2005
Reviewer: Max Brett
This book will send a chill up the spine of anyone who knows the ins and outs of KC. I kept forgetting it is fiction. Wow! Put me on the list for the next book from this sick bastard.

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  Wild, wild, wild!!!!! , 11/04/2005
Reviewer: Bob
This guy must have inside knowledge of some of this stuff. I'm from Kansas City and sometimes, it's like reading police reports but you're there while the crime is happening. This guy is sick or brilliant. Like the guy before me said, I want the next book from this sick bastard!!!

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  Wild book , 11/16/2007
Reviewer: Jim
As a KC native, this book made me very uncomfortable. I can remember some of the events that inspired this fiction. But the explanations and depth of description into the KC mob really made me look over my shoulder just from reading it. I felt I had info they didn't want me to have. Seldom can a book make me feel that way. I highly recommend it.

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  JohnG , 01/18/2017
Reviewer: john George
Very dynamic. I was saddened to hear this author passed away this past year.

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